In this episode, I will be giving you 86 blog post ideas that will work for virtually any niche.
Here is a link to the post that lists out all the blog post ideas with examples:
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In this episode, I will be teaching you how to pull your readers in with the PAS formula.
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In this episode, I will be teaching you how to use the ASMR formula to make consuming your content effortless.
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This episode is the second part of a 10 part series on SEO. I will delve into how to optimize your images to come up in Google search results.
In this episode, I am going to teach you how to create a content hub that Google loves. This episode is going to be the first part of a 10 part series on SEO. This series is sponsored by AHrefs:
I asked over 250 high traffic bloggers how their traffic has been impacted by the pandemic. I am going to share the results with you and what it means to your blog over the next six months.
Because of the CoronaVirus, the world has gone on pause and is staying at home for an undetermined amount of time. While working from home is not new to me, the pandemic has created a new set of circumstances that I have to deal with. I know you are probably dealing with the same, so I am going to share some ways I am handling each one.
In this episode, I am going to teach you the key to mastering four of the most vital processes to a blogger. This teaching is going to be closely tied to the statistical findings of Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize laureate.
In this episode, I am going to teach you how to stay ahead of the Google Algorithm using the six lessons from the famous business book Who Moved My Cheese.
Over the next couple of episodes, I am going to be turning tactics gleaned from some of the greatest business books of all-time into actionable blogging growth hacks.
I break down the four types of opt-in thank you pages that will dramatically increase your open rates and sales.
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In this episode, I will teach you how to optimize the three vital areas of your email form.
Here is a link to the show notes post with 7 incredible examples of high converting email opt-in forms used by pro bloggers and instructions on how to set up these different forms on your own blog.
In the final part of this series, I break down exactly how to choose the right content angle that will push your posts to the first page of Google.
Part two breaks down how to identify the format of content that you will need to use in order to rank on the first page of Google results.
In the next three episodes, I am going to help you master Google Search Intent Optimization.
This episode goes over the best growth hack for increasing page views per session.
Here are the five core blogging goals you need to make for the upcoming year.
This is a simple change that every blogger needs to make.
In this episode, I reveal my 3 point plan for blogging success, and how to stick to it on a daily basis.
In this episode, we are going to focus on optimizing your related posts by using the right plugin and applying a simple growth hack, which will give you a nice boost to your dwell time.
In this episode, I am going to break down the Content Gap SEO Growth Hack. This is a great growth hack that can get your new and old posts to rank for hundreds of additional phrases.
Most bloggers are lost when it comes to affiliate marketing, so you are not alone if you feel like you are falling a little short with affiliate marketing. In this episode, I am going to tell some stats and then I am going to give you an awesome growth hack that could give you a big bump in your monthly earnings.
This is another growth hack that every blogger needs to know.
One of the greatest books of all-time was written almost a century ago by Dale Carnegie. That book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, was recently ranked #19 out of Time Magazine’s list of the most influential book in history. As a blogger, you need to know the core principles of the book. At the end of the day, a friend is more valuable to a blogger than a visitor.